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ReResearch Topics for the Issue:
The triple bottom line (people, planet, profit) approach to CSR emphasizes a company’s commitment to operating in an economically, socially and environmentally sustainable manner. The emerging concept of CSR advocates moving away from a ‘shareholder alone’ focus to a ‘multi-stakeholder’ focus. This would include investors, employees, business partners, customers, regulators, supply chain, local communities, the environment and society at large. The key components of research topics would therefore include the following:
• Corporate Governance: Disclosures, role of Board and CEO, Executive Compensation, Conflict of Interests, Accountability and Transparency, Limits to CSR and Economic Growth, Corporate Reputation, Corporate Citizenship, Code of Conduct.
• Workplace and labour relations: Responsibility in the context of employees, Customers, Supply chain and Community, Ethical Behaviour and Whistle blowing.
• Environment: Sustainability and growth.
• Community: Multi-sector partnership and Collaboration, Socially Responsible Initiatives, Leadership and Community Engagement Models.
• Issues relating to inclusive growth: The Key Issues to Focus on:
- India on the Growth Turnpike: The Full Circle
- Sustaining High Growth
- Transparency in Macroeconomic Policy
- Stabilizing the Indian Business Cycle
- Inclusive Growth for Creating an Equitable Society
- India’s Management Education Challenges
- Building Rural Infrastructure through Public Private Partnership (PPP)
- Micro-credit as a strategy towards poverty alleviation and inclusive economic growth
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Professor Ananda Das Gupta, Indian Institute of Plantation Management, Bangalore